An eerie silence fell over Hoy in Orkney yesterday and flags at lifeboat stations around the country were lowered to half-mast as eight crew members of the tragic Longhope Lifeboat disaster were commemorated after half a century.
Summer flights across the Highlands and Islands face being grounded after air traffic controllers yesterday voted to implement strike action.
An event is being held in Shetland tomorrow to give local drone enthusiasts more information on how to use their devices safely near the operations of the Sumburgh-based coastguard helicopter.
Coastguard search and rescue helicopter Rescue 900 from Sumburgh helped assist two unwell members of the crew from two separate North Sea oil platforms yesterday.
A coastguard search and rescue helicopter from Shetland was tasked to assist in a medical evacuation from a North Sea oil platform yesterday.
A Coastguard search and rescue helicopter from Shetland assisted in a medical evacuation from a North Sea oil platform earlier today.
Coastguard search and rescue helicopter Rescue 900 was tasked earlier today to attend to an injured crewman aboard a fishing vessel northeast of Orkney.
An island airport prepared for a serious situation at the weekend when a routine flight reported a problem.
Incredible footage has been captured showing a Coastguard winchman boarding a fishing boat in rough seas to rescue an unwell crewman.
Coastguard search and rescue helicopter Rescue 900 was called into action earlier today as a casualty required emergency evacuation from a North Sea supply vessel.
Coastguard teams were called out to search the hills of Shetland this evening following reports of two people going missing.
The contractor tasked with undertaking renovation works to Kirkwall Airport’s air traffic control tower has been announced as Bell Contracts and Co, based in Inverness.
Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) has suffered a decline in its monthly passenger figures for the first time since April 2017.
A north MSP has sharply criticised Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) for basing a brand new centralised air traffic control system at Inverness airport.
New exemptions and concessions are being announced for travellers affected by airport car parking charges being introduced at airports in Shetland, Orkney and Stornoway.
An oil worker has been airlifted to hospital after becoming unwell at sea.
Island airports to introduce terminal parking charges and expects to recoup the £500,000 cost a year
Scotland’s biggest regional airports operator is to introduce parking charges at three island terminals and expects to recoup the £500,000 cost in a year.
The pilot of a plane carrying 33 passengers was forced to take emergency action after the aircraft nearly stalled mid-air as ice rapidly formed on its wing.
A military jet from a giant American aircraft carrier caused the pilot of a Loganair passenger plane heading to Shetland to descend for fear of collision, a probe has revealed.
Air traffic control for seven regional airports could be handled from a single site under £28million plans announced by Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (Hial) to “future proof” its operations.
One person has been seriously hurt and two more injured after a helicopter from Shetland crashed off the Norwegian coast.
A north lifeboat has gone to the aid of a crab fishing boat which has lost power off the Shetland islands.
Operators of a plane that skidded off the runway at Sumburgh said they were "intrigued" as to what went wrong.
People travelling home for Christmas have been urged to check their flights as Storm Barbara continues to batter the region.
The 30th anniversary of the North Sea oil industry's worst helicopter crash will be marked today at a service of remembrance.
There were 47 men travelling home from the Brent field in the North Sea when it plunged into water not far from Shetland.
He was one of only two survivors of the worst North Sea helicopter disaster. This Sunday will mark 30 years since 45 men were killed on a helicopter flight returning from the Brent Delta platform to Sumburgh Airport.
A helicopter crash survivor said he relived how it felt to “fall from the sky” when he heard 13 people had been killed in an accident offshore Norway.
An offshore worker had to be airlifted to hospital after falling ill.
A survivor of a helicopter crash said he felt “no anger” after it was found pilot error was most likely responsible for the fatal incident, which left four people dead.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch has concluded the Super Puma’s flight instruments were not monitored effectively during the latter stages of its approach into Sumburgh Airport on August 23, 2013.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch today said pilot error was responsible for a fatal offshore helicopter crash, which left four dead.